Garden Route Fishing

The Garden Route runs parallel to a coastline featuring lakes, mountains, indigenous forests, rivers and golden beaches. Show on Map

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Still Bay Fish Traps

Where? Still Bay
If you’re looking for something truly unique to enjoy with your children, pencil in the Stilbaai Fish Traps to your itinerary. The ancient rock pool fish traps, built by the Khoisan up to 3000 years ago, ...

Fishing at Botlierskop Game Reserve

Where? Little Brak
Try your hand at fishing with an experienced guide or ask your guide to arrange a fishing rod and tackle. Species you are likely to catch are Carp, Large mouth Bas, Blue Kurper and Fresh water eels. Strictly ...

Plett Fishing Charters

Where? Plettenberg Bay
After the big one that got away? Look no further than Plett Fishing Charters. They offer game fishing between the months of November to June, shark fishing from September to June and traditional bottom ...

Deep Sea Fishing

Where? Mossel Bay
Deep sea fishing for the brave. Leaving early in the morning or even evening trips. These are for the fishing enthusiast and a fun and rewarding experience. Nothing needs to be taken on board execpt your ...

Deep Sea Fishing Adventure

Where? Knysna
Operated by Southern Yachting Academy who are based on Thesen Harbour Town in Knysna, this is an exciting deep sea fishing adventure for the whole family to enjoy. Bring the kids and join us for a day of ...

Fishing in Robberg Nature Reserve

Where? Plettenberg Bay
The Robberg Nature Reserve showcases the magnificence of the coast of South Africa, particularly along the world-renowned Garden Route. The entire peninsula is a nature reserve and a National Monument, ...

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